The sad, flea-ridden pup was paralyzed from the middle of her back and her hind legs dragged uselessly behind her. Johnson had to keep her in a diaper as she could not control her bowels either.Fast forward five years and Zoey has become an important part of the family. Johnson's oldest daughter, 21-year-old Shaniya, hopes to take Zoey with her when she moves out. "She taught me that you can stay positive in a bad situation," said Shaniya thoughtfully. "She doesn't let being paralyzed slow her down.
"The original Swedish Evangelical Church of Mahtowa was organized in 1917 by 12 charter members who had come from Sweden and settled in the area," Seglem wrote in the book. "They met in homes until 1923, when a church was built two miles south of Park Lake, close to where Covenant Park Bible Camp is located now. In the early years the church shared a pastor with the Covenant Church in Moose Lake.
After two years of planning and preparing, the Cloquet Community Garden at Zion Lutheran Church is in full bloom and anticipating its first harvest, thanks to the Community Garden Committee. "The community needed a garden," said garden coordinator Ruth Jorgensen.The garden didn't happen overnight. In the summer of 2016, volunteers dug the grass up and planted buckwheat and winter rye to add nutrients to ensure successful garden plots the following year.
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Selecting a term
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